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Simple Point Cloud Viewer
As a proof of concept we are looking at viewing xyz Point Cloud data directly in the Hololens. We don't want to render it before viewing we just want to load an xyz file and then see the dots appear in space and allow us to pick it up an use it A use-case for this is to scan an object in one room, then use the Hololens to see if the object will fit in the second room.
We can code this up without too much problem as the xyz format is easy to work with, but I was wondering whether anybody has done this before - as it will avoid us having to do the coding.